Open Handset Alliance

  • HTC might be working on three devices for Amazon

    If HTC is really going to get involved with Amazon, it sounds like they may be cannonballing into the deep end. A Financial Times report suggests that HTC will be producing three devices for Amazon, all ready for release in 2014.

    October 16, 2013 • Views: 318

  • NVIDIA’s Tegra 3 to support Miracast wireless HD streaming standard

    The folks that brought Wi-Fi to the world, the Wi-Fi Alliance, is preparing the next step of Wireless media consumption with Miracast certification. Allowing Miracast certified devices to wirelessly stream movies, photos, games

    July 26, 2012 • Views: 677

  • Android Community 101: Android Licensing

    There’s been a bit of confusion on the part of everyone from the highest ranked “who is not to be named” official working for a manufacturer to the lowliest developer of apps and writer of posts on what it means

    April 4, 2011 • Views: 320

  • Sprint finally accepts Android

    Despite Sprint’s CEO Dan Hesse claiming Android is not good enough for the Sprint name, they are ready to welcome an Android-powered handset sometime in the next year.  Looks like someone is eating his words and coming back

    December 12, 2008 • Views: 250

  • Sony Ericsson Android by summer 2009?

    There has been a lot of hype surrounding the 14 new additions to the Open Handset Alliance (OHA), most of which comes back to one manufacturer, Sony Ericsson. We are surprised that not too many people have been talking about the

    December 11, 2008 • Views: 455

  • The Open Handset Alliance adds 14 new members to help develop Android

    The Open Handset Alliance is very pleased to announce the addition of 14 supporting companies. The members of the Open Handset Alliance show their support for Android as an open mobile platform. We can expect these companies to

    December 9, 2008 • Views: 483

  • Android Source-Code released: Google keep Open-Source promise

    Google have, as promised, released the Android source-code for their mobile platform.  Timed to coincide with the launch of the T-Mobile G1, the first commercially released Android device, the source-code will allow developers

    October 21, 2008 • Views: 1530

  • TechFaith working hard on an Android-powered handset

    China’s TechFaith Wireless Communication Technology Ltd has finally announced their plans to release a Commercial Android-powered handset in early 2009. TechFaith helps handset manufacturers with phone design solutions; their

    October 9, 2008 • Views: 209

  • Motorola Confirms Development with Android

    Motorola have confirmed that they are working on products for Android in a statement made to BetaNews this morning. However, no comment was made in reference to rumors of expanding their Android development team from 50 to 350.

    October 1, 2008 • Views: 220

  • T-Mobile G1 hands-on: Award-Winning Android App feature ShopSavvy

    We had a little bit of time today to get an exclusive one on one time with the G1 for our Android Community members, at a special developers event held in Dallas. The company behind Google Application Challenge award winning app

    September 29, 2008 • Views: 591